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If is V necessarily greater than V1 and/or V2 ? Discuss.

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If is V necessarily greater than V1  and/or V2 ? Discuss.

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If two vectors of equal magnitude and opposite in direction are added, then the vector sum will have a magnitude of zero. The magnitude of the sum of the vector depends on the angle between the two contributing vectors and angle is the main factor that helps in determining the magnitude of the vector sum. Three possible situations are illustrated below.

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